Monmouth Film Festival returns to Red Bank from August 10th-12th


Heading into its third year, the Monmouth Film Festival returns to Red Bank from August 10th to 12th, offering film fanatics yet another collection of short films to watch. Kicking things off, there will be the traditional networking event on Friday, August 10th, over at Two River Theater where attendees are encouraged to network with the many actors, agents, and film makers that’ll be there.

Prepare to be Inspired and Experience the world of Independent Cinema once again at Monmouth Film Festival, voted New Jersey’s Best Film Festival. The three-day event will consist of top feature and short films from across the globe, starring actors such as Paul Lieberstein (The Office), Michael Kelly (House of Cards) and Aya Cash (Wolf Of Wall Street). MFF is proud to present free workshops in partnership with the New York Film Academy. Topics will include Directing, Producing, Acting, and The Business Of Film. The renowned Industry Film Panel will return again to offer the opportunity for aspiring artists and movie goes to hear from and speak to Entertainment Professionals who work as Producers, Directors, Animators, Lawyers, and of course, Filmmakers. The Industry Networking Event will once again bring together all corners of the Industry, right in Red Bank! Mingle and connect with Filmmakers, Artists, Actors, Agents, Press and more! Featured companies will include Backstage, NJ Motion Picture & TV Commission, and the New York Film Academy. Attend the Festival as a VIP, giving you all-access throughout the weekend including the exclusive VIP Lounge.

Tickets are now available, which range from $10 to $15 for short and feature films – while the cost to attend the networking event is $10. Industry panels and workshops are free though! And finally, there’s a VIP package for $75 that grants you unlimited all-access to the festival!

source: Monmouth Film Festival via Facebook

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